|OpenRCE Site Launch||2005-06-20|
Just got back from RECON in Montreal. The trip back was miserable (4 flights spanning over 12 hours due to cancellations etc.) but the con was great. Lots of great speakers including Nicolas Brulez, Andrew Griffiths and spoonm. My talk was well received, RECON was definetely the perfect venue for Process Stalker.
On another note. I finally unveiled my latest pet project, the Open Reverse Code Engineering community site, OpenRCE.org. The site is very usable but has many features still under development. Please share any comments, suggestions, bug reports and especially content with one of the site admins.
|Windows Heap Visualization||2005-06-01|
You may have noticed the ghosted 'Heap' option under the 'View' menu in OllyDBG. The feature is available only under Windows 95 based OSes and is supposed to display a list of allocated memory blocks. I've written a plug-in, Olly Heap Vis, to provide this missing functionality and more on all modern Windows OSes such as Windows 2000, XP and 2003.
The Olly Heap Vis plug-in provides heap chunk lists, the ability to search the heap, a quick heap jump and finally visualization capabilities through Graphviz. More information and source code is available in the bundled archive.
I've been accepted to speak about Process Stalking at RECON, a computer security conference being held in Montreal from June 17th through 19th.
Full details and source code for Process Stalking will be released in the coming months.